This is the final article in the series related to driving free targeted traffic to your home business website. Today we’ll look at four final internet marketing techniques for driving free traffic to your home business. The first of our final four techniques is the use of Traffic Exchanges to get leads. Traffic Exchanges are free to use and are a great way to grow your list.
The way traffic exchanges operate is you earn credits form viewing other people’s websites and you can spend these credits on banner advertising or advertising your own website. Traffic Hoopla is a great way to get started, with traffic exchanges, by joining and starting a downline. TrafficHoopla.com will show you what you need to do to get started. Once you’re up and running with your account you should make it a habit to surf other websites on a regular basis in order to earn credits.
Another way to attract more free traffic is to concentrate on one form of marketing until you become an expert. Choose an Internet marketing technique you’ve used before and that you enjoy doing. Choose one method from the list of marketing skills available. Whether it be search engine optimization, article marketing, blogging, or any other method make sure you stick with it until you become an expert and before you add another technique to your internet marketing repertoire.
A third way you can increase your free website traffic isn’t so much an internet marketing technique but more of a motivational method. By adding Stat Counter to your website you will be able to track the number of visitors to your site, track what they’re searching for as well as how long they’re staying on your site.
By reviewing this information on a regular basis you can tweak your home page, if necessary, depending on the needs of your guests and then set goals for yourself with regard to your traffic numbers. You need to stay on top of this information and check your statistics at least twice per month before setting your goals for the following month.
Finally to end this series on free internet marketing techniques for driving traffic to your home business I would like to offer some advice. From my own experience and from speaking with successful people who have been in the home business industry online a lot longer than I have there is one prevailing comment I have heard over and over again. In order to succeed with your home business you have to be committed to sticking with it for the long haul. Contrary to what some Internet marketers will have you believe success doesn’t happen over night.
This business as with any other business takes hard work and comitment. There will be times when you feel like you’re never going to generate the traffic you need to be successful. But if you stay with it and dedicate a certain amount of time each day to driving traffic, eventually, you will see the results you want . If you stay committed and motivated and realize that there will be failures along the way then in time you will see the success you have been working so hard to attain.
Bob Withers is a professional sales and marketing person with over twenty years in the field. He has also turned his sights on Affiliate Marketing to apply his trade. Bob changed career paths four years ago when both he and his wife began working with Autistic adults in the US, which along with his Home Business and Affiliate Marketing, is his focus right now. If you want to get in touch with Bob or learn more about Affiliate Marketing and Home Business opportunities please visit:
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This is my new Blog and having been away from it for a couple of years it’s great to be back because I really enjoy it. Just to tell you something about myself, my wife and I are currently working with Autistic adults in the state of Maine and we love it. Although we’re from Canada, originally from Newfoundland, this is our second stint working in Maine and the two men we are working with this time around are great. We’ve become very attached to these young men and we consider ourselves to be a family. Actually our job title is that of Therapeutic Foster Parents and of course we take it very seriously. One of the main reasons we take it so seriously is that we are advocates for these young men because at times they can’t speak for themselves.
The sad part about our job here in Maine is that we have to leave the country after 18 months. The reason for this being the company who hired us and sponsored us into the US could only get us into the country by way of a Training Visa with the main condition being we have to leave after 18 months. We were here under the same circumstances in 2007 and had to leave the guys we were caring for at that time at the end of 2008.
This of course was very difficult for the three men we were working with and living with at the time and it was also very difficult for us because we became very attached and as I mentioned earlier we became a family. One of the main benefits of coming back is that we get to see the guys we worked with on our first visit and we also get to do what we enjoy which is caring for and helping these young men.
Because of our love for what we do and for the people we work with I will be dedicating a Page on this website to Autism and to the people who live with it on a daily basis. I’m hoping this will help educate people who aren’t familiar with what is fast becoming a global concern and help to raise funds for research.
The other objective of this website is to offer Home Business advice and present opportunities to people who are interested in making a legitimate living by working from home.
I’m hoping to have a great deal of relevant content added soon and I hope people will make it a point to visit often. Thank you for visiting and for taking the time to read this information.
The following two videos should give you some idea of the majestic beauty of Newfoundland:
I’ve added a video below, one of which is actually an advertisement by a local brewery located in St. John’s, Newfoundland which is where I’m from. But it contains some great shots of the area and I like to think portrays what we, as Newfoundlanders, are all about: People who care about people, who work hard and play hard but aren’t afraid to laugh at ourselves. In the following videos you will see many examples of this outlook on life as portrayed by local entertainers performing at what we call “Kitchen Parties”.
These are events where neighbours come together to have a few drinks and entertain one another through song and dance. Please take the time to have a look.